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Gef 2012 InduSoft Presentation


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InduSoft Presentation of PML

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Gef 2012 InduSoft Presentation

  1. 1. WELCOME
  2. 2. Cloud-based SCADAsystem for the Oil & Gasindustry
  3. 3. Typical architecture Thin Client Stations Online Data, Dashboards, Cloud-based History Charts, Reports, and so Online + History information forth (Microsoft SQL Server) Cloud computing: Convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of TCP/IP configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released Local HMI with minimal management effort or service provider interaction (Operation) RTUs (PLCs, Remote I/Os, etc)
  4. 4. Basic ConceptsEssential Characteristics Main BenefitsOn-demand Self-service Economic BenefitsBroad Network Access Better AgilityResource Pooling Greater AccessibilityRapid Elasticity Improved ReliabilityMeasured Service Superior SecurityDeployment Models Service ModelsPrivate Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)Public Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)Hybrid Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
  5. 5. Database ModelsRedundant: In this mode, IWS savesdata in both Primary and SecondaryDatabases. If one of these databases is SCADAunavailable, IWS keeps saving data only (InduSoft Web Studio)in the database that is available. Whenthe database that was unavailablebecomes available again, IWSsynchronizes both databasesautomatically.Store and Forward: In this mode, IWSsaves data in the Primary Databaseonly. If the Primary Database becomesunavailable, IWS saves the data in the Primary SecondarySecondary Database. When the Primary Database DatabaseDatabase becomes available again, IWS (MS SQL Server) (MS SQL Server)moves the data from the SecondaryDatabase into the Primary Database.
  6. 6. PML - BackgroundPML has been providing Mud Logging services inthe US since 1969.Recently acquired by new owners with theobjective of expanding the business nationally,then internationally, and into the adjacent space.Provide services at the level of market leaders.
  7. 7. PML – Solution provider selection process • Increase information availability for the client • Drilling information • Geological information • Provide integration capabilities • Increase system uptime via on line diagnostics • Outsource non-strategic engineering. •In-source core analyzer technology.
  8. 8. PML EDGE - Architecture
  9. 9. PML EDGE Configuration and diagnostics of the network system
  10. 10. PML EDGE Analyzing the rig system locally or remotely
  11. 11. PML EDGE Analyzer configuration with intuitive graphical interface
  12. 12. PML EDGE Calibration and configuration of gas analysis through the cloud
  13. 13. PML EDGE Local operation and remote monitoring features in real-time
  14. 14. PML EDGE Integration of third-party data demonstrating well position information
  15. 15. PML EDGE Integration demonstrating PML and third-party data
  16. 16. PML EDGE Remote Notification and mobile access
  17. 17. PML EDGE - SaaS Local Operation and Remote Analysis by PML and by the end user
  18. 18. PML EDGE - Benefits With the EDGE System, PML innovated and leveraged the technology provided by InduSoft as an enabler for their core competency (well drilling) and created a sustainable competitive advantage in its industry.PML’s ability to share, in real time over theweb, information that includes wellborecharacteristics such as gamma ray, liberatedgas components, lithology, penetration ratesand directional information with keystakeholders will add significant value to theirsuit of evolving solutions.
  19. 19. Q&A THANK YOU